Hamilton says he must be even better next year to stay ahead.
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Lewis Hamilton wants to equal Juan Manuel Fangio's five Formula One world titles but doubts he will have the staying power to try and match Michael Schumacher's record seven, even if he cannot rule it out entirely.Fangio, who won all of his titles in the 1950s and died in 1995, was Formula One's most successful driver until Germany's Schumacher managed to surpass the Argentine great's tally in 2003 .Hamilton said he would not be defined by the number of championships he had won, but more by how he had driven and raced over his career, what he had extracted from the car and reacted with the team.At the same winner's news conference a year ago, Hamilton's then teammate and the 2016 champion Nico Rosberg announced that he was retiring.
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